The Crystal Healing Bed
This month has been a struggle, I suffered from a massive flare up, which caused all my joints to burn and the excruciating pain meant that I could not sleep at night, even the duvet touching me made me cry with the pain. I knew this was not just a pain flare up but was caused by a virus probably flu that meant my body was unable to fight it. I ended up taking some pain relief if only just to be able to function as a human being. I rested and tried to remain focused on healing myself slowly using self-reiki treatments, honey, lemon and ginger drinks, I even made myself a fresh turmeric and puy lentil soup to ease the inflammation (if using fresh turmeric remember to put on protective gloves, I didn’t and ended up with bright yellow fingers. Not a great look!) .
Having rested for week, I started to feel better and then last Tuesday took myself off to Lupton House, Brixham to the healing cafe for some much needed me time. It was while I was waiting for healing treatment that I enquired about the Crystal Therapy bed and was told that is was available now and would I like to have a treatment. I agreed, having never experienced this type of therapy before I had absolutely no idea what to expect.
I was shown to a room upstairs above the crystal shop and adjacent to the Sanctuary, it contained a bed with a stand above it with the crystals pointing down. There are 7 crystals that each have a coloured laser light relating to each of the Chakras, I was invited to remove my footwear, lie down covered with a blanket on a really comfortable bed with an eye mask, some candles were lit and some beautiful music put on to accompany me on my healing journey and I was left alone.
I lay there not sure what was going to happen and as I started to relax I felt very calm and serene and experienced lots of, as I can only describe; shards of rainbow light. I thought that there must be something like a crystal hanging in the window causing this effect, so I lifted my eye mask and looked about the room, nothing, but still the rainbow lights glistened in my vision. So I shut my eyes and went with it. At one point I felt as if my forehead was being gently massaged, it was so reassuring that I did not feel the need to take a peek. Knowing that I was alone, tucked up and very comfortable.
As I lay there for the whole treatment I did not cough once, having been so poorly the week prior this was a truly a blessing. I’m not sure if I stayed awake or dozed, but I knew I was experiencing something very special and profound I could almost describe it as celestial.
At the end of the session I was left to collect myself together and make my way downstairs. I found it difficult to put into words how I felt, it was very special and very powerful.
Since my treatment, I have been feeling much better and straight afterwards I was surprisingly tired but had lots of energy about me. So I went home and rested and it has taken me some time to be able to put into words how I felt, I’m still not sure how to describe the treatment. So maybe give it ago for yourself.
Whatever treatment I try, it is about healing me, and is my journey. Sometimes I meet people who have read my blog and then go onto to try a treatment for themselves and they tell me it hasn’t work for them. I have found it is best to try therapies a number of times, to see if it makes a difference. I believe our own energy systems resonate differently to various stimuli and it takes a while for our bodies to adjust to a new treatment or therapy. The propose of my blog is to share with you what I am doing to help deal with a chronic pain condition. What works for me, may not be for you, but that’s ok. We are all individuals, all on our own healing journeys and using our energy to help heal our body, mind and soul.
I would never have believed that 5 years ago my life would be so dramatically different. I had not even heard of a Crystal Therapy bed let alone considered having a treatment. This part of my journey, giving my body the opportunity and space to heal itself would not have been possible if I had remained blinkered with conventional medicine methods.
Lupton is truly a very magical place and I always feel like I am cosseted in a big universal hug as I make my way down the tree-lined driveway, leaving the chaos that is modern life behind. Maybe I will see you there too?